Eventual sweet taste of success

Sorin Grama and Sam White's journey in India had a succession of failures and setbacks

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Promethean Power Systems co-founders Sorin Grama (extreme left) and Sam White

Anjuli Bhargava
In life, it’s easier to fail than to succeed. Romania-born Sorin Grama and US-born Sam White learnt this the hard way in India. The two are co-founders of Promethean Power Systems, a company they set up in India some years earlier, moved base to Delhi for a while to sell their idea and, after having tasted many failures, seem to finally be on the way to achieving a degree of success.

In 2007, the duo first came to India to try and sell a technology developed by some of their fellow MIT students. The idea was to use a solar

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First Published: Jan 30 2017 | 12:15 AM IST

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